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File Name: afio-2.4.5-11.ppc.rpm (56 k)
Date: Jun 27, 1999
Afio makes cpio-format archives. Afio can make compressed archives that are much safer than compressed tar or cpio archives. Afio is best used as an `archive engine' in a backup script. Documentation and some sample scripts are in /usr/doc/packages/afio/. Authors: -------- Mark Brukhartz Koen Holtman

File Name: analog-3.0-1.ppc.rpm (120 k)
Date: Jun 13, 1999
WWW server logfile analysis program with lots of features. Check the information. You should edit the /etc/analog.cfg and customizer it for your webserver with the HOSTNAME and HOSTURL options.

File Name: analog-form-3.0-1.ppc.rpm (24 k)
Date: Jun 13, 1999
Form interface to the analog httpd log analysis program. You should regenerate the form file to customize it for your server by running 'analog -form +O/home/httpd/html/anlgform.html' after you have modified /etc/analog.cfg. analogform.html is now anlgform.html analform.cgi is now anlgform.cgi

File Name: apache-1.3.3-1.ppc.rpm (732 k)
Date: Jan 01, 1998
Apache is a full featured web server that is freely available, and also happens to be the most widely used.

File Name: apache-1.3.6-4.ppc.rpm (796 k)
Date: Apr 07, 1999
Apache is a powerful, full-featured, efficient and freely-available Web server. Apache is also the most popular Web server on the Internet. This package will install the Apache Web server on your machine.

File Name: apache-1.3.9-1.ppc.rpm (1168 k)
Date: Sep 06, 1999
Apache is a powerful, full-featured, efficient and freely-available Web server. Apache is also the most popular Web server on the Internet. Install the apache package if you need a Web server.

File Name: apache-devel-1.3.6-4.ppc.rpm (76 k)
Date: Apr 07, 1999
The apache-devel package contains the source code for the Apache 1.3.1 Web server and the APXS binary you'll need to build Dynamic Shared Objects (DSOs) for Apache. If you are installing the Apache Web server version 1.3.1, and you want to be able to compile or develop additional modules for Apache, you'll need to install this package.

File Name: apache-devel-1.3.9-1.ppc.rpm (92 k)
Date: Sep 06, 1999
The apache-devel package contains the source code for the Apache Web server and the APXS binary you'll need to build Dynamic Shared Objects (DSOs) for Apache. If you are installing the Apache Web server, and you want to be able to compile or develop additional modules for Apache, you'll need to install this package.

File Name: apache-mod_ssl-1.3.9.2.4.1-0.5.2.ppc.rpm (1400 k)
Date: Sep 06, 1999
apache-mod_ssl is Apache with SSL support via mod_ssl and OpenSSL This build is not for use in the U.S., you will have to build your own apache-mod_ssl with RSAref for that due to patent problems. Built with loadable modules (all standard modules enabled). The configuration files provided with apache and apache-mod_ssl are unchanged. NOTE: this RPM is intended for RedHat 5.2 systems.

File Name: apache-mod_ssl-devel-1.3.9.2.4.1-0.5.2.ppc.rpm (104 k)
Date: Sep 06, 1999
The apache-devel package contains header files and the apxs script needed to build Dynamic Shared Objects (DSOs) for Apache. If you are installing apache-mod_ssl, and want to be able to compile or develop additional modules, you'll have to install this package.

File Name: apache-ssl-1.3.9_1.37-1.ppc.rpm (1388 k)
Date: Oct 03, 1999
Apache is a full featured web server that is freely available, and also happens to be the most widely used. Apache-SSL adds support for SSL. Do not export from the U.S. You can now run Apache-SSL and bulk Redhat Apache at the same time. Built with loadable modules (all standard modules enabled). This verion is intended as a replacement for a standard apache, the configuration files provided with apache and apache-ssl are unchanged. Built for LinuxPPC.

File Name: asv-bible.tar.gz (1416 k)
Date: Aug 17, 1999
American Standard Version, Public Domain, of the Bible in individual text files.

File Name: autoconf-2.13-1.noarch.rpm (224 k)
Date: Feb 09, 1999
GNU's "autoconf" is a tool for source and Makefile configuration. It assists the programmer in creating portable and configurable packages, by allowing the person building the package to specify various configuration options. "autoconf" is not required for the end user - it is needed only to generate the configuration scripts.

File Name: automake-1.4-1.noarch.rpm (288 k)
Date: Feb 09, 1999
Automake is an experimental Makefile generator. It was inspired by the 4.4BSD make and include files, but aims to be portable and to conform to the GNU standards for Makefile variables and targets.

File Name: BasiliskII-0.7-2.ppc.rpm (344 k)
Date: Oct 22, 1999
Basilisk II is a free, portable, Open Source 68k Mac emulator. It requires a copy of a Mac ROM and a copy of MacOS to run. Basilisk II is freeware and distributed under the GNU General Public License. - Emulates either a Mac Classic (which runs MacOS 0.x thru 7.5) or a Mac II series machine (which runs MacOS 7.x, 8.0 and 8.1), depending on the ROM being used - Color video display - CD quality sound output - Floppy disk driver (only 1.44MB disks supported) - Driver for HFS partitions and hardfiles - CD-ROM driver with basic audio functions - Ethernet driver - Serial drivers - SCSI Manager (old-style) emulation - Emulates extended ADB keyboard and 3-button mouse - Uses UAE 68k emulation or (under AmigaOS) real 68k processor

File Name: bind-8.1.2-5.ppc.rpm (256 k)
Date: Feb 21, 1999
Includes the named name server, which is used to define host name to IP address translations (and vice versa). It can be used on workstations as a caching name server, but is generally only needed on one machine for an entire network.

File Name: bind-devel-8.1.2-5.ppc.rpm (80 k)
Date: Feb 21, 1999
All the include files and the library required for DNS development for bind 8.x.x

File Name: bind-utils-8.1.2-5.ppc.rpm (260 k)
Date: Feb 21, 1999
Collection of utilities for querying name servers and looking up hosts. These tools let you determine the IP addresses for given host names, and find information about registered domains and network addresses.

File Name: binutils-2.9.1-19b.ppc.rpm (3948 k)
Date: Mar 09, 1999
binutils is a collection of utilities necessary for compiling programs. It includes the assembler and linker, as well as a number of other miscellaneous programs for dealing with executable formats.

File Name: brs-4.00a-2.ppc.rpm (2572 k)
Date: Jan 01, 1998
The Bible Retrieval System (BRS) consists of a textual database of the Authorized ("King James") Version of the Old and New Testaments, a set of libraries for finding and retrieving text, and a program ("bible") which uses the libraries to retrieve Bible passages given references on the command line or from standard input. A built-in Concordance (word search facility) is also supported.

File Name: buildkernel-0.89-1.noarch.rpm (72 k)
Date: Mar 22, 1999
Buildkernel allows a user to build a new Linux kernel from the source files and patches. Its strength is that it understands the build process. This means novices to the build process can build a new kernel without having to understand all the intricacies of the process. Experienced users can use this to automate the process of building a number of kernels, allowing you to experiment with new patches and beta kernels with much less attention.

File Name: caching-nameserver-5.2-1.noarch.rpm (8 k)
Date: Nov 06, 1998
Includes configuration files for bind (the DNS nameserver) which make it behave as a simple caching nameserver. Many users on dialup connections use this package (along with bind) and make the it's own nameserver to speed up name resoultions.

File Name: chkconfig-0.9.3-2.ppc.rpm (32 k)
Date: Oct 24, 1998
chkconfig provides a simple command-line tool for maintaining the /etc/rc.d directory hierarchy by relieving system administrators of directly manipulating the numerous symbolic links in that directory.

File Name: corba-19990302-1a.ppc.rpm (1676 k)
Date: Apr 11, 1999
Corba for KOffice-19990302-qt14. This RPM is relocatable - it installs by dafault in /opt/kde-test ban can be relocated with rpm -i --prefix=? This is te last KOffice snapshot prior to the move to Qt-2.0. I will also be workin on the new KOffice (which is proving more challenging) after I have more time. I found an odd bug related to mico - which you will probably encounter if you try to recompile this RPM - a workaround I found was to move a copy of the following into /tmp/mico/[bin|include]. Then I could use --with-micodir to keep my system from gagging. I need to investigate this more thoroughly... /usr/bin/eventd, /usr/bin/idl, /usr/bin/imr, /usr/bin/ird, /usr/bin/mico-*, /usr/bin/micod, /usr/bin/nsadmin, /usr/bin/nsd /usr/include/CORBA* /usr/include/mico /usr/include/ministl

File Name: dev-2.5.9-1c.ppc.rpm (88 k)
Date: Sep 27, 1998
Unix and unix like systems (including Linux) use file system entries to represent devices attached to the machine. All of these entries are in the /dev tree (though they don't have to be), and this package contains the most commonly used /dev entries. These files are essential for a system to function properly.

File Name: diffstat-1.25-1.ppc.rpm (16 k)
Date: Mar 04, 1999
'diffstat' provides a number of statistics on a patch generated by diff, including number of additions, number of removals, and total number of changes. It can be useful, for example, to find out what changes have been made to a program, just by feeding the update patch to diffstat.

File Name: dos2unix-3.0-1.ppc.rpm (12 k)
Date: Nov 16, 1998
Dos2unix converts DOS or MAC text files to UNIX format.

File Name: dump-0.3-13a.ppc.rpm (68 k)
Date: Aug 14, 1998
dump and restore can be used to backup extended 2 (ext2) partitions in a variety of ways.

File Name: dump-0.4b5-1.ppc.rpm (96 k)
Date: Jun 27, 1999
The dump package contains both dump and restore. Dump examines files in a filesystem, determines which ones need to be backed up, and copies those files to a specified disk, tape or other storage medium. The restore command performs the inverse function of dump; it can restore a full backup of a filesystem. Subsequent incremental backups can then be layered on top of the full backup. Single files and directory subtrees may also be restored from full or partial backups. Install dump if you need a system for both backing up filesystems and restoring filesystems after backups.

File Name: egcs-1.1-2b.ppc.rpm (1704 k)
Date: Mar 24, 1999
A compiler aimed at integrating all the optimizations and features necessary for a high-performance and stable development environment.

File Name: egcs-as-gcc-1.1-2b.ppc.rpm (4 k)
Date: Mar 24, 1999
Wrappers which allow EGCS to replace GCC. EGCS is installed in a benign fashion and can operate along side of GCC. These wrappers allow the EGCS suite to completely replace GCC. In order to use them, you should remove all vestiges of GCC before installing since this package overlaps the GCC packages.

File Name: egcs-c++-1.1-2b.ppc.rpm (1096 k)
Date: Mar 24, 1999
C++ support for gcc

File Name: egcs-g77-1.1-2b.ppc.rpm (1412 k)
Date: Mar 24, 1999
Fortran 77 support for gcc

File Name: egcs-objc-1.1-2b.ppc.rpm (916 k)
Date: Mar 24, 1999
Objective C support for gcc

File Name: ext2ed-0.1-11b.ppc.rpm (100 k)
Date: Nov 06, 1998
This is a package to allow for hacking of your extended two file systems. It is for hackers *only* and should only be used by experienced personnel. If you aren't sure if this is you, it isn't. Also, do not smoke near this software. You have been warned. This is not a recording.

File Name: ezmlm-idx-std-0.53.322-1.ppc.rpm (636 k)
Date: May 05, 1999
ezmlm lets users set up their own mailing lists within qmail's address hierarchy. A user, Joe, types ezmlm-make ~/SOS ~/.qmail-sos joe-sos isp.net and instantly has a functioning mailing list, joe-sos@isp.net, with all relevant information stored in a new ~/SOS directory. ezmlm sets up joe-sos-subscribe and joe-sos-unsubscribe for automatic processing of subscription and unsubscription requests. Any message to joe-sos-subscribe will work; Joe doesn't have to explain any tricky command formats. ezmlm will send back instructions if a subscriber sends a message to joe-sos-request or joe-sos-help. ezmlm automatically archives new messages. Messages are labelled with sequence numbers; a subscriber can fetch message 123 by sending mail to joe-sos-get.123. The archive format supports fast message retrieval even when there are thousands of messages. ezmlm takes advantage of qmail's VERPs to reliably determine the recipient address and message number for every incoming bounce message. It waits ten days and then sends the subscriber a list of message numbers that bounced. If that warning bounces, ezmlm sends a probe; if the probe bounces, ezmlm automatically removes the subscriber from the mailing list. ezmlm is easy for users to control. Joe can edit ~/SOS/text/* to change any of the administrative messages sent to subscribers. He can remove ~/SOS/public and ~/SOS/archived to disable automatic subscription and archiving. He can put his own address into ~/SOS/editor to set up a moderated mailing list. He can edit ~/SOS/{headeradd,headerremove} to control outgoing headers. ezmlm has several utilities to manually inspect and manage mailing lists. ezmlm uses Delivered-To to stop forwarding loops, Mailing-List to protect other mailing lists against false subscription requests, and real cryptographic cookies to protect normal users against false subscription requests. ezmlm can also be used for a sublist, redistributing messages from another list. ezmlm is reliable, even in the face of system crashes. It writes each new subscription and each new message safely to disk before it reports success to qmail. ezmlm doesn't mind huge mailing lists. Lists don't even have to fit into memory. ezmlm hashes the subscription list into a set of independent files so that it can handle subscription requests quickly. ezmlm uses qmail for blazingly fast parallel SMTP deliveries. patches, multi-language, MIME, global interface, std database support.

File Name: ezmlm-idx-std-0.53.323-1.ppc.rpm (664 k)
Date: Aug 19, 1999
ezmlm lets users set up their own mailing lists within qmail's address hierarchy. A user, Joe, types ezmlm-make ~/SOS ~/.qmail-sos joe-sos isp.net and instantly has a functioning mailing list, joe-sos@isp.net, with all relevant information stored in a new ~/SOS directory. ezmlm sets up joe-sos-subscribe and joe-sos-unsubscribe for automatic processing of subscription and unsubscription requests. Any message to joe-sos-subscribe will work; Joe doesn't have to explain any tricky command formats. ezmlm will send back instructions if a subscriber sends a message to joe-sos-request or joe-sos-help. ezmlm automatically archives new messages. Messages are labelled with sequence numbers; a subscriber can fetch message 123 by sending mail to joe-sos-get.123. The archive format supports fast message retrieval even when there are thousands of messages. ezmlm takes advantage of qmail's VERPs to reliably determine the recipient address and message number for every incoming bounce message. It waits ten days and then sends the subscriber a list of message numbers that bounced. If that warning bounces, ezmlm sends a probe; if the probe bounces, ezmlm automatically removes the subscriber from the mailing list. ezmlm is easy for users to control. Joe can edit ~/SOS/text/* to change any of the administrative messages sent to subscribers. He can remove ~/SOS/public and ~/SOS/archived to disable automatic subscription and archiving. He can put his own address into ~/SOS/editor to set up a moderated mailing list. He can edit ~/SOS/{headeradd,headerremove} to control outgoing headers. ezmlm has several utilities to manually inspect and manage mailing lists. ezmlm uses Delivered-To to stop forwarding loops, Mailing-List to protect other mailing lists against false subscription requests, and real cryptographic cookies to protect normal users against false subscription requests. ezmlm can also be used for a sublist, redistributing messages from another list. ezmlm is reliable, even in the face of system crashes. It writes each new subscription and each new message safely to disk before it reports success to qmail. ezmlm doesn't mind huge mailing lists. Lists don't even have to fit into memory. ezmlm hashes the subscription list into a set of independent files so that it can handle subscription requests quickly. ezmlm uses qmail for blazingly fast parallel SMTP deliveries. patches, multi-language, MIME, global interface, std database support.

File Name: ezmlm-web.tar.gz (108 k)
Date: Apr 06, 1999
EZmlm-Web v1.0.2gs1.2 is an enhanced version of EZmlm-Web 1.02 by Guy Antony Halse. The gs1.2 version suffix modifications are fairly extensive and done by Glen Stewart. Neither Guy nor Glen offer support for this revised software. Some of the most notable changes in this release include: - list owner logon screen & password - ListMaster access/control from filtered, configurable IP addresses - Only the ListMaster can create and delete lists - skeleton support for WebGlimpse indexing of selected list archives - spam filter option for list owner addresses - tooltip help for all list configuration settings - case-insensitive list and subscriber address sorting - list owner can change their owner address - configuration tour (help) for list owners - many other fixes and enhancements

File Name: filerunner-2.5-1.ppc.rpm (124 k)
Date: Jan 03, 1998
FileRunner is a very complete file manager for X11. Among it's numerous features there is FTP/HTTP support, user defined file patterns, asynchronous file operations and many more.

File Name: freetype-1.1-5.ppc.rpm (356 k)
Date: Dec 15, 1999
The FreeType engine is a free and portable TrueType font rendering engine. It has been developed to provide TT support to a great variety of platforms and environments. Note that FreeType is a library, not a stand-alone application, though some utility applications are included.

File Name: freetype-devel-1.1-5.ppc.rpm (72 k)
Date: Dec 15, 1999
This package is only needed if you intend to develop/compile applications which rely on the FreeType library. If you simple want to run existing applications, you don't need this.

File Name: gd-1.6.3-1.ppc.rpm (88 k)
Date: Oct 01, 1999
gd is a graphics library. It allows your code to quickly draw images complete with lines, arcs, text, multiple colors, cut and paste from other images, and flood fills, and write out the result as a .PNG file. This is particularly useful in World Wide Web applications, where .PNG is one of the formats accepted for inline images by most browsers.

File Name: gd-devel-1.6.3-1.ppc.rpm (88 k)
Date: Oct 01, 1999
This package includes the header files and libraries needed for developing programs using gd.

File Name: geneweb-2.07-1.ppc.rpm (2236 k)
Date: Oct 03, 1999
GeneWeb is a genealogy software with a Web interface. It can be used off-line or as a Web service.

File Name: geneweb-3.01-1.ppc.rpm (2372 k)
Date: Dec 11, 1999
GeneWeb is a genealogy software with a Web interface. It can be used off-line or as a Web service.

File Name: ghostscript-5.10-1b.ppc.rpm (1296 k)
Date: Mar 26, 1999
A complete PostScript (tm) interpretter with lots of output options.

File Name: gif2png-1.1.1-1.ppc.rpm (24 k)
Date: Oct 19, 1999
Tools for converting GIFs to PNGs. The program gif2png converts GIF files to PNG files. The Python script web2png converts an entire web tree, also patching HTML pages to keep IMG SRC references correct.

File Name: gimp-1.1.4-1a.ppc.rpm (4588 k)
Date: Jun 13, 1999
The GIMP is an image manipulation program suitable for photo retouching, image composition and image authoring. Many people find it extremely useful in creating logos and other graphics for web pages. The GIMP has many of the tools and filters you would expect to find in similar commercial offerings, and some interesting extras as well. The GIMP provides a large image manipulation toolbox, including channel operations and layers, effects, sub-pixel imaging and anti-aliasing, and conversions, all with multi-level undo. This is the development version, and may not be completely stable, but it has enough features which are not present in the previous stable version 1.0 that you may wish to install it anyway. This version of The GIMP includes a scripting facility, but many of the included scripts rely on fonts that we cannot distribute. The GIMP ftp site has a package of fonts that you can install by yourself, which includes all the fonts needed to run the included scripts. Some of the fonts have unusual licensing requirements; all the licenses are documented if you are so inclined. Alternatively, choose fonts which exist on your system before running the scripts.

File Name: glib-1.2.0-1a.ppc.rpm (228 k)
Date: Mar 26, 1999
Contains the glib shared library.

File Name: glib-1.2.1-1.ppc.rpm (144 k)
Date: Apr 01, 1999
Handy library of utility functions. Development libs and headers are in glib-devel.

File Name: glib-1.2.3-2.ppc.rpm (148 k)
Date: Oct 27, 1999
Glib is a handy library of utility functions. This C library is designed to solve some portability problems and provide other useful functionality which most programs require. Glib is used by GDK, GTK+ and many applications. You should install Glib because many of your applications will depend on this library.

File Name: glibc-0.961212-1o.ppc.rpm (1176 k)
Date: Feb 28, 1999
Contains the standard libraries that are used by multiple programs on the system. In order to save disk space and memory, as well as to ease upgrades, common system code is kept in one place and shared between programs. This package contains the most important sets of shared libraries, the standard C library and the standard math library. Without these, a Linux system will not function. It also contains national language (locale) support and timezone databases.

File Name: glibc-0.961212-1p.ppc.rpm (1172 k)
Date: Apr 07, 1999
Contains the standard libraries that are used by multiple programs on the system. In order to save disk space and memory, as well as to ease upgrades, common system code is kept in one place and shared between programs. This package contains the most important sets of shared libraries, the standard C library and the standard math library. Without these, a Linux system will not function. It also contains national language (locale) support and timezone databases.

File Name: glibc-devel-0.961212-1o.ppc.rpm (268 k)
Date: Feb 28, 1999
To develop programs which use the standard C libraries (which nearly all programs do), the system needs to have these standard header files and object files available for creating the executables.

File Name: glibc-devel-0.961212-1p.ppc.rpm (268 k)
Date: Apr 07, 1999
To develop programs which use the standard C libraries (which nearly all programs do), the system needs to have these standard header files and object files available for creating the executables.

File Name: glibc-info-0.961212-1o.ppc.rpm (468 k)
Date: Feb 28, 1999
This package contains all of texinfo documentation on GNU libc, including implementation details and information for programmers.

File Name: glibc-info-0.961212-1p.ppc.rpm (472 k)
Date: Apr 07, 1999
This package contains all of texinfo documentation on GNU libc, including implementation details and information for programmers.

File Name: glibc-static-0.961212-1o.ppc.rpm (580 k)
Date: Feb 28, 1999
While most programs are distributed dynamically linked, and therefore need access to the standard shared libraries, some developers prefer to ship programs statically linked, which includes all of the standard library code in the executable. While this results in significantly larger programs and increases their memory usage, it does increase the portability of programs between Linux systems.

File Name: glibc-static-0.961212-1p.ppc.rpm (580 k)
Date: Apr 07, 1999
While most programs are distributed dynamically linked, and therefore need access to the standard shared libraries, some developers prefer to ship programs statically linked, which includes all of the standard library code in the executable. While this results in significantly larger programs and increases their memory usage, it does increase the portability of programs between Linux systems.

File Name: glib-devel-1.2.1-1.ppc.rpm (132 k)
Date: Apr 01, 1999
Static libraries and header files for the support library for the GIMP's X libraries, which are available as public libraries. GLIB includes generally useful data structures.

File Name: glib-devel-1.2.3-2.ppc.rpm (132 k)
Date: Oct 27, 1999
Static libraries and header files for the support library for the GIMP's X libraries, which are available as public libraries. GLIB includes generally useful data structures.

File Name: gtk+-1.2.0-1b.ppc.rpm (2000 k)
Date: Mar 26, 1999
Contains the gtk+ shared library.

File Name: gtk+-1.2.1-1.ppc.rpm (956 k)
Date: Apr 01, 1999
The X libraries originally written for the GIMP, which are now used by several other programs as well.

File Name: gtk+-devel-1.2.1-1.ppc.rpm (1136 k)
Date: Apr 01, 1999
Static libraries and header files for the GIMP's X libraries, which are available as public libraries. GLIB includes generally useful data structures, GDK is a drawing toolkit which provides a thin layer over Xlib to help automate things like dealing with different color depths, and GTK is a widget set for creating user interfaces.

File Name: imap-4.6-3.ppc.rpm (540 k)
Date: Jun 13, 1999
The imap package provides server daemons for both the IMAP (Internet Message Access Protocol) and POP (Post Office Protocol) mail access protocols. The POP protocol uses a "post office" machine to collect mail for users and allows users to download their mail to their local machine for reading. The IMAP protocol provides the functionality of POP, but allows a user to read mail on a remote machine without downloading it to their local machine. Install the imap package if you need a server to support the IMAP or the POP mail access protocols.

File Name: imap-devel-4.6-3.ppc.rpm (980 k)
Date: Jun 13, 1999
Libraries, include files, etc to develop POP/IMAP applications

File Name: imlib-1.9.4-1.ppc.rpm (636 k)
Date: Sep 17, 1999
Imlib is an advanced replacement library for libraries like libXpm that provides many more features with much greater flexability and speed.

File Name: imlib-devel-1.9.4-1.ppc.rpm (1100 k)
Date: Sep 18, 1999
Headers, static libraries and documentation for Imlib.

File Name: indent-1.9.1-10.ppc.rpm (52 k)
Date: Sep 23, 1999
This is the GNU indenting program. It is used to beautify C program source files.

File Name: ipchains-1.3.8-0.ppc.rpm (72 k)
Date: Nov 13, 1998
This is the Linux IP Firewalling Chains accounting and administration tool. Linux IP Firewalling Chains is an update to (and hopefully an improvement upon) the normal Linux Firewalling code, for 2.0 and 2.1 kernels.

File Name: ircd-2.9.2-4.ppc.rpm (148 k)
Date: Jan 28, 1999
This is the standard IRC server, allow you to connect to an IRC network as hub, or simply add local IRC to your local area network.

File Name: Isearch-1.41-1.ppc.rpm (1800 k)
Date: May 22, 1999
Isearch is software for indexing and searching text documents. It supports full text and field based search, relevance ranked results, Boolean queries, and heterogeneous databases. Isearch can parse many kinds of documents "out of the box," including HTML, mail folders, list digests, SGML-style tagged data, and USMARC. It can be extended to support other formats by creating descendant classes in C++ that define the document structure. It is pretty easy to customize in this way, provided that you know some C++ (and you will need to ftp the source code). A CGI interface is also included for web based searching.

File Name: junkbuster-2.0.2-2.ppc.rpm (112 k)
Date: Feb 12, 1999
The Internet Junkbuster (TM) blocks unwanted banner ads and protects your privacy from cookies and other threats. It's free under the GPL (no warranty), runs under *NIX and works with almost any browser. You need to clear you browser's cache and specify the proxy-server, described in /usr/doc/junkbuster. This is a modified version which returns a blank GIF for blocked images by default. But you can configure this via /etc/junkbuster/config.

File Name: junkbuster-2.0.2-6.ppc.rpm (116 k)
Date: Oct 20, 1999
The Internet Junkbuster (TM) blocks unwanted banner ads and protects your privacy from cookies and other threats. It's free under the GPL (no warranty), runs under *NIX and works with almost any browser. You need to clear you browser's cache and specify the proxy-server, described in /usr/doc/junkbuster. This is a modified version which returns a blank GIF for blocked images by default. But you can configure this via /etc/junkbuster/config.

File Name: karchiveur-0.52-1.ppc.rpm (100 k)
Date: Sep 17, 1999
This KDE application allows you reading, extracting, converting and modifying .tar, .bz2, .gz, .zip... archives, just with a mouse ! It can also split them to fit in floppies.

File Name: kcpuload-1.0-1.ppc.rpm (20 k)
Date: Sep 17, 1999
A program similar to xload, but docks into the KDE panel and is configurable with the mouse.

File Name: kdeadmin-1.1.2-1.ppc.rpm (668 k)
Date: Sep 17, 1999
System Administration tools for the K Desktop Environment. kdat (tape backup); ksysv (sysV init editor); kuser (user administration tool)

File Name: kdeadmin-backup-1.1-2ppc.ppc.rpm (220 k)
Date: Mar 18, 1999
This is the application "kdat" from the "kdeadmin" collection of KDE applications. It is a tape backup utility originally written for DAT tape drives, but will work with other tape drives. This package is intended for RedHat 5.1 or 5.2 systems. It will be installed by default in /opt/kde, but is relocatable to install under e.g., /usr/kde, using "rpm --prefix /usr/kde ..."

File Name: kdeadmin-sysvinit-1.1-2ppc.ppc.rpm (160 k)
Date: Mar 18, 1999
This is the application "ksysv" from the "kdeadmin" collection of KDE applications. It is a graphical tool for configuring Unix System V type startup and shutdown of system services. This package is intended for RedHat 5.1 or 5.2 systems. It will be installed by default in /opt/kde, but is relocatable to install under e.g., /usr/kde, using "rpm --prefix /usr/kde ..."

File Name: kdeadmin-users-1.1-2ppc.ppc.rpm (168 k)
Date: Mar 18, 1999
This is the application "kuser" from the "kdeadmin" collection of KDE applications. It provides a graphical interface for managing user accounts and group membership. This package is intended for RedHat 5.1 or 5.2 systems. It will be installed by default in /opt/kde, but is relocatable to install under e.g., /usr/kde, using "rpm --prefix /usr/kde ..."

File Name: kdebase-1.1.2-1.ppc.rpm (8472 k)
Date: Sep 19, 1999
Core applications for the K Desktop Environment. (filemanager, web browser, ftp client, ...), konsole (xterm replacement), kpanel (application starter and desktop pager), kaudio (audio server), kdehelp (viewer for kde help files, info and man pages), plus other KDE components (kcheckpass, kikbd, kscreensaver, kcontrol, kfind, kfontmanager, kmenuedit, kappfinder).

File Name: kdebase-1.1-3ppc.ppc.rpm (5960 k)
Date: Mar 18, 1999
Core applications for the K Desktop Environment. (filemanager, web browser, ftp client, ...), konsole (xterm replacement), kpanel (application starter and desktop pager), kaudio (audio server), kdehelp (viewer for kde help files, info and man pages), plus other KDE components (kcheckpass, kikbd, kvt, kscreensaver, kcontrol, kfind, kfontmanager, kmenuedit, kappfinder). This package is intended for RedHat 5.1 or 5.2 systems. It will be installed by default in /opt/kde, but is relocatable to install under e.g., /usr/kde, using "rpm --prefix /usr/kde ..."

File Name: kdegames-1.1.2-1.ppc.rpm (2372 k)
Date: Sep 17, 1999
Games for the K Desktop Environment. kmines, konquest, kpat, kpoker, kreversi, ksame, kshisen, ksokoban, ksmiletris, ksnake, ksirtet.

File Name: kdegames-asteroids-1.1-3ppc.ppc.rpm (224 k)
Date: Mar 18, 1999
This is the arcade game "Asteroids" from the "kdegames" collection of KDE applications. This package is intended for RedHat 5.1 or 5.2 systems. It will be installed by default in /opt/kde, but is relocatable to install under e.g., /usr/kde, using "rpm --prefix /usr/kde ..."

File Name: kdegames-boardgames-1.1-3ppc.ppc.rpm (544 k)
Date: Mar 18, 1999
This is a selection of boardgames from the "kdegames" collection of KDE --kabalone The board game "Abalone" --kblackbox ("Black Box") --kreversi ("Reversi") --ksame ("Same Game") --kmine ("Minesweeper") This package is intended for RedHat 5.1 or 5.2 systems. It will be installed by default in /opt/kde, but is relocatable to install under e.g., /usr/kde, using "rpm --prefix /usr/kde ..."

File Name: kdegames-cardgames-1.1-3ppc.ppc.rpm (204 k)
Date: Mar 18, 1999
This is a selection of card games from the "kdegames" collection of --kpat, The classical patience game --kpoker, The poker game

File Name: kdegames-dominogames-1.1-3ppc.ppc.rpm (176 k)
Date: Mar 18, 1999
This is a selection of domino-type games from the "kdegames" collection of --kmahjongg, played with Chinese domino tiles --kshisen, Shisen-so, played with Mahjongg tiles. This package is intended for RedHat 5.1 or 5.2 systems. It will be installed by default in /opt/kde, but is relocatable to install under e.g., /usr/kde, using "rpm --prefix /usr/kde ..."

File Name: kdegames-konquest-1.1-3ppc.ppc.rpm (132 k)
Date: Mar 18, 1999
This is the game "konquest" from the "kdegames" collection of KDE applications. It is the KDE version of the game "GNU-lactic Konquest". This package is intended for RedHat 5.1 or 5.2 systems. It will be installed by default in /opt/kde, but is relocatable to install under e.g., /usr/kde, using "rpm --prefix /usr/kde ..."

File Name: kdegames-sirtet-1.1-3ppc.ppc.rpm (80 k)
Date: Mar 18, 1999
This package contains "sirtet" (alias "ktetris") from the "kdegames" collection of KDE applications. It is a game similar to Tetris(tm). This package is intended for RedHat 5.1 or 5.2 systems. It will be installed by default in /opt/kde, but is relocatable to install under e.g., /usr/kde, using "rpm --prefix /usr/kde ..."

File Name: kdegames-smiletris-1.1-3ppc.ppc.rpm (156 k)
Date: Mar 18, 1999
This package contains "ksmiletris" from the "kdegames" collection of KDE applications. It is a game similar to Tetris(tm). This package is intended for RedHat 5.1 or 5.2 systems. It will be installed by default in /opt/kde, but is relocatable to install under e.g., /usr/kde, using "rpm --prefix /usr/kde ..."

File Name: kdegames-snakerace-1.1-3ppc.ppc.rpm (576 k)
Date: Mar 18, 1999
This is the game "Snake Race" from the "kdegames" collection of KDE applications. This package is intended for RedHat 5.1 or 5.2 systems. It will be installed by default in /opt/kde, but is relocatable to install under e.g., /usr/kde, using "rpm --prefix /usr/kde ..."

File Name: kdegames-sokoban-1.1-3ppc.ppc.rpm (132 k)
Date: Mar 18, 1999
This is the game "Sokoban" from the "kdegames" collection of KDE applications. This package is intended for RedHat 5.1 or 5.2 systems. It will be installed by default in /opt/kde, but is relocatable to install under e.g., /usr/kde, using "rpm --prefix /usr/kde ..."

File Name: kdegraphics-1.1.2-1.ppc.rpm (1332 k)
Date: Sep 17, 1999
Graphics applications for the K Desktop Environment. Includes: kdvi (displays TeX .dvi files); kfax (displays fax files); kfract (a fractal generator); kghostview (displays postscript files); kiconedit (icon editor); kpaint (a simple drawing program); ksnapshot (screen capture utility); kview (image viewer for GIF, JPEG, TIFF, etc.).

File Name: kdegraphics-dviviewer-1.1-2ppc.ppc.rpm (192 k)
Date: Mar 18, 1999
This is the application "kdvi" from the "kdegraphics" collection of KDE applications. It displays TeX dvi-file output. This package is intended for RedHat 5.1 or 5.2 systems. It will be installed by default in /opt/kde, but is relocatable to install under e.g., /usr/kde, using "rpm --prefix /usr/kde ..."

File Name: kdegraphics-faxviewer-1.1-2ppc.ppc.rpm (204 k)
Date: Mar 18, 1999
This is the application "kfax" from the "kdegraphics" collection of KDE applications. It displays fax output. This package is intended for RedHat 5.1 or 5.2 systems. It will be installed by default in /opt/kde, but is relocatable to install under e.g., /usr/kde, using "rpm --prefix /usr/kde ..."

File Name: kdegraphics-ghostview-1.1-2ppc.ppc.rpm (164 k)
Date: Mar 18, 1999
This is the application kghostview from the "kdegraphics" collection of KDE applications. It displays postscript output. This package is intended for RedHat 5.1 or 5.2 systems. It will be installed by default in /opt/kde, but is relocatable to install under e.g., /usr/kde, using "rpm --prefix /usr/kde ..."

File Name: kdegraphics-imageviewer-1.1-2ppc.ppc.rpm (92 k)
Date: Mar 18, 1999
This is the application "kview" from the "kdegraphics" collection of KDE applications. It is an image viewer for GIF, JPEG, TIFF, etc. This package is intended for RedHat 5.1 or 5.2 systems. It will be installed by default in /opt/kde, but is relocatable to install under e.g., /usr/kde, using "rpm --prefix /usr/kde ..."

File Name: kdegraphics-paint-1.1-2ppc.ppc.rpm (128 k)
Date: Mar 18, 1999
This is the application "kpaint" from the "kdegraphics" collection of KDE applications. It is a simple painting/drawing program. This package is intended for RedHat 5.1 or 5.2 systems. It will be installed by default in /opt/kde, but is relocatable to install under e.g., /usr/kde, using "rpm --prefix /usr/kde ..."

File Name: kdegraphics-snapshot-1.1-2ppc.ppc.rpm (80 k)
Date: Mar 18, 1999
This is the application "ksnaphot" from the kdegraphics collection of KDE applications. It is a screen-capture utility. This package is intended for RedHat 5.1 or 5.2 systems. It will be installed by default in /opt/kde, but is relocatable to install under e.g., /usr/kde, using "rpm --prefix /usr/kde ..."

File Name: kde-installer-1.1-3rh5x.ppc.rpm (84 k)
Date: Mar 18, 1999
This package provides the tools for installation of KDE-1.1 -- install-KDE-1.1 (installs KDE-1.1) -- install-KDE-1.1-apps (allows selection of applications to add) -- uninstall-KDE-1.1 (uninstalls KDE-1.1) This should be the very first KDE RPM package installed; after it is installed, just run "install-kde-1.1", tell it where to find the KDE RPM packages, and follow the directions.

File Name: kdelibs-1.1.2-1.ppc.rpm (2404 k)
Date: Sep 18, 1999
kfm (file manager), khtmlw (HTML widget), kfile (file access), kspell (spelling checker), jscript (javascript), kab (addressbook), kimgio (image manipulation), mediatool (sound, mixing and animation).

File Name: kdelibs-1.1-3ppc.ppc.rpm (2444 k)
Date: Mar 18, 1999
kfm (file manager), khtmlw (HTML widget), kfile (file access), kspell (spelling checker), jscript (javascript), kab (addressbook), kimgio (image manipulation), mediatool (sound, mixing and animation). This package is intended for RedHat 5.1 or 5.2 systems. It will be installed by default in /opt/kde, but is relocatable to install under e.g., /usr/kde, using "rpm --prefix /usr/kde ..."

File Name: kdelibs-19990302-1a.ppc.rpm (2848 k)
Date: Apr 11, 1999
Experimental kdelibs for KOffice-19990302-qt14. This RPM is relocatable - it installs by dafault in /opt/kde-test ban can be relocated with rpm -i --prefix=? This is te last KOffice snapshot prior to the move to Qt-2.0. I will also be workin on the new KOffice (which is proving more challenging) after I have more time. I found an odd bug related to mico - which you will probably encounter if you try to recompile this RPM - a workaround I found was to move a copy of the following into /tmp/mico/[bin|include]. Then I could use --with-micodir to keep my system from gagging. I need to investigate this more thoroughly... /usr/bin/eventd, /usr/bin/idl, /usr/bin/imr, /usr/bin/ird, /usr/bin/mico-*, /usr/bin/micod, /usr/bin/nsadmin, /usr/bin/nsd /usr/include/CORBA* /usr/include/mico /usr/include/ministl

File Name: kde-more-sounds.tar.gz (264 k)
Date: Dec 15, 1998
Misc sounds that can be used with KDE or elsewhere!

File Name: kdemultimedia-1.1.2-1.ppc.rpm (1096 k)
Date: Sep 17, 1999
Multimedia applications for the K Desktop Environment. Included: kmedia (media player); kmid (midi/karaoke player); kmidi (midi-to-wav player/converter); kmix (mixer); kscd (CD audio player)

File Name: kdemultimedia-cdplayer-1.1-2ppc.ppc.rpm (268 k)
Date: Mar 18, 1999
This is the cdplayer, "kscd", from the "kdemultimedia" collection of applications. It plays sound on compact discs, and can access the online CDDB database for sound track information. This package is intended for RedHat 5.1 or 5.2 systems. It will be installed by default in /opt/kde, but is relocatable to install under e.g., /usr/kde, using "rpm --prefix /usr/kde ..."

File Name: kdemultimedia-mediatool-1.1-2ppc.ppc.rpm (52 k)
Date: Mar 18, 1999
This is "kmedia" from the "kdemultimedia" collection of KDE applications. This is a media player that can play various type of multimedia objects, such as audio (*.wav) files, MIDI music (*.mid), MPEG videos (*.mpg, *.mpeg), and Soundtracker modules (*.mod, mod.*) This package is intended for RedHat 5.1 or 5.2 systems. It will be installed by default in /opt/kde, but is relocatable to install under e.g., /usr/kde, using "rpm --prefix /usr/kde ..."

File Name: kdemultimedia-midi-1.1-2ppc.ppc.rpm (404 k)
Date: Mar 18, 1999
This is a MIDI player, kmidi, based on the TIMIDITY midi player, from the "kdemultimedia" collection of KDE applications. This package is intended for RedHat 5.1 or 5.2 systems. It will be installed by default in /opt/kde, but is relocatable to install under e.g., /usr/kde, using "rpm --prefix /usr/kde ..."

File Name: kdemultimedia-midikaraoke-1.1-2ppc.ppc.rpm (256 k)
Date: Mar 18, 1999
This is a MIDI player, "kmid", featuring real-time graphics and karaoke text highlighting of lyrics, from the "kdemultimedia" collection of KDE applications. This package is intended for RedHat 5.1 or 5.2 systems. It will be installed by default in /opt/kde, but is relocatable to install under e.g., /usr/kde, using "rpm --prefix /usr/kde ..."

File Name: kdemultimedia-mixer-1.1-2ppc.ppc.rpm (64 k)
Date: Mar 18, 1999
This is the sound mixer control panel "kmix", from the "kdemultimedia" collection of KDE applications. This package is intended for RedHat 5.1 or 5.2 systems. It will be installed by default in /opt/kde, but is relocatable to install under e.g., /usr/kde, using "rpm --prefix /usr/kde ..."

File Name: kdenetwork-1.1.2-1.ppc.rpm (3624 k)
Date: Sep 18, 1999
Network applications for the K Desktop Environment. Includes: karchie (ftp archive searcher); kbiff (mail delivery notification) kfinger ("finger" utility); kmail (mail client); knu (network utilities); korn (mailbox monitor tool); kppp (easy PPP connection configuration); krn (news reader); ktalkd (talk daemon); ksirc (irc client).

File Name: kdenetwork-irc-1.1-2ppc.ppc.rpm (972 k)
Date: Mar 18, 1999
This is the application "ksirc" from the "kdenetwork" collection of KDE applications. It is a client for Internet Relay Chat. This package is intended for RedHat 5.1 or 5.2 systems. It will be installed by default in /opt/kde, but is relocatable to install under e.g., /usr/kde, using "rpm --prefix /usr/kde ..."

File Name: kdenetwork-mail-1.1-2ppc.ppc.rpm (596 k)
Date: Mar 18, 1999
This is the application "kmail" from the "kdenetwork" collection of KDE applications. It is a fully-featured mail client for reading, sending, and managing electronic mail. This package is intended for RedHat 5.1 or 5.2 systems. It will be installed by default in /opt/kde, but is relocatable to install under e.g., /usr/kde, using "rpm --prefix /usr/kde ..."

File Name: kdenetwork-news-1.1-2ppc.ppc.rpm (604 k)
Date: Mar 18, 1999
This is the application "krn" from the "kdenetwork" collection of KDE applications. It is a news reader application for use with Internet newsgroups. This package is intended for RedHat 5.1 or 5.2 systems. It will be installed by default in /opt/kde, but is relocatable to install under e.g., /usr/kde, using "rpm --prefix /usr/kde ..."

File Name: kdenetwork-talk-1.1-2ppc.ppc.rpm (120 k)
Date: Mar 18, 1999
This is the application "ktalkd" from the "kdenetwork" collection of KDE applications. It provides a "daemon" for managing direct communication over a network with the keyboard using the "talk" protocol. This package is intended for RedHat 5.1 or 5.2 systems. It will be installed by default in /opt/kde, but is relocatable to install under e.g., /usr/kde, using "rpm --prefix /usr/kde ..."

File Name: kdenetwork-tools-1.1-2ppc.ppc.rpm (480 k)
Date: Mar 18, 1999
This package supplies some network utilities from the "kdenetwork" collection -- karchie, graphical interface for searching ftp sites on the using "archie". -- kbiff, a mail delivery notification application. -- korn, a mailbox monitoring tool. -- kfinger, a graphical interface to the "finger" utility. -- knu, a graphical interface to network utilities such as traceroute.

File Name: kde-share-1.0-4.noarch.rpm (348 k)
Date: Sep 16, 1999
Provides some additional applnk files, mime types, icons, sounds, and wallpapers.

File Name: kde-sounds.tar.gz (1036 k)
Date: Dec 15, 1998
Nice set of sounds for KDE events.

File Name: kdesupport-1.1.2-1.ppc.rpm (792 k)
Date: Sep 18, 1999
Support Libraries for the K Desktop Environment, but not part of it. depending on the Red Hat release, libraries gdbm jpeg and gif are either also included, or the versions supplied by Red Hat are required. script "usekde" that users can run to set up KDE as their default desktop (which is also done automatically when a new user is created), and scripts for activating the KDE X Display Manager "kdm" to replace "xdm".

File Name: kdesupport-1.1-3ppc.ppc.rpm (440 k)
Date: Mar 18, 1999
Support Libraries used by the K Desktop Environment, but which are not part of KDE itself. libraries gdbm, jpeg and gif are either also included, or the versions supplied by Red Hat are required. (The library QwSpriteField used by the "asteroids" game is now placed in a separate subpackage). a script "usekde" that users can run to set up KDE as their default desktop, and scripts for activating the KDE X Display Manager "kdm" to replace "xdm". This package is intended for RedHat 5.1 or 5.2 systems. It will be installed by default in /opt/kde, but is relocatable to install under e.g., /usr/kde, using "rpm --prefix /usr/kde ..."

File Name: kdesupport-qwspritefield-1.1-3ppc.ppc.rpm (136 k)
Date: Mar 18, 1999
This package provides the QwSpriteField library that is used by certain KDE games, such as the Asteroids game ("kasteroids"). This package is intended for RedHat 5.1 or 5.2 systems. It will be installed by default in /opt/kde, but is relocatable to install under e.g., /usr/kde, using "rpm --prefix /usr/kde ..."

File Name: kde-themes-1.0-2.noarch.rpm (7960 k)
Date: Sep 16, 1999
This package installs several themes for use with the KDE theme manager.

File Name: kdetoys-1.1.2-1.ppc.rpm (192 k)
Date: Sep 18, 1999
Toys for the K Desktop Environment. Includes: kmoon (displays various phases of the moon); kworldwatch (displays where in the world it is light and dark depending on time), and kodo (a mouse odometer which shows how far your mouse has traveled).

File Name: kdetoys-moonphase-1.1-2ppc.ppc.rpm (40 k)
Date: Mar 18, 1999
This is the application "kmoon" from the "kdetoys" collection of KDE \ applications. It places an icon showing the current phase of the moon in the KDE Desktop panel. This package is intended for RedHat 5.1 or 5.2 systems. It will be installed by default in /opt/kde, but is relocatable to install under e.g., /usr/kde, using "rpm --prefix /usr/kde ..."

File Name: kdetoys-mousepedometer-1.1-2ppc.ppc.rpm (40 k)
Date: Mar 18, 1999
This is the application "kodo" (alias "mouse") from the "kdetoys" collection of KDE applications. It is a "mouse pedometer" which measures the total distance your mouse pointer travels across the computer screen. This package is intended for RedHat 5.1 or 5.2 systems. It will be installed by default in /opt/kde, but is relocatable to install under e.g., /usr/kde, using "rpm --prefix /usr/kde ..."

File Name: kdetoys-worldwatch-1.1-2ppc.ppc.rpm (104 k)
Date: Mar 18, 1999
This is the application "kworldwatch" from the "kdetoys" collection of KDE applications. It shows a world map divided into current day/night regions, and reports the local and GMT time. This package is intended for RedHat 5.1 or 5.2 systems. It will be installed by default in /opt/kde, but is relocatable to install under e.g., /usr/kde, using "rpm --prefix /usr/kde ..."

File Name: kdeutils-1.1.2-1.ppc.rpm (1384 k)
Date: Sep 18, 1999
Utilities for the K Desktop Environment. Includes: ark (tar/gzip archive manager); kab (address book); karm (personal time tracker); kcalc (scientific calculator); kedit (simple text editor); kfloppy (floppy formatting tool); khexedit (hex editor); kjots (note taker); klipper (clipboard tool); kljettool(HP printer configuration tool); klpq (print queue manager) knotes (post-it notes for the desktop); kpm (process manager similar to 'top', but more advanced);kwrite (improved text editor).

File Name: kdeutils-addressbook-1.1-2ppc.ppc.rpm (4 k)
Date: Mar 18, 1999
This provides "kab", the addressbook application from the "kdeutils" colection of KDE applications. This package is intended for RedHat 5.1 or 5.2 systems. It will be installed by default in /opt/kde, but is relocatable to install under e.g., /usr/kde, using "rpm --prefix /usr/kde ..."

File Name: kdeutils-kwrite-1.1-2ppc.ppc.rpm (160 k)
Date: Mar 18, 1999
This provides "kwrite", an advanced editor for use with KDE, that is an application from the "kdeutils" collection of KDE applications. It is useful for writing text documents, but has many extra features useful for a Programmer's editor, including a colorized syntax for many programming languages. It can be a partial alternative to more powerful Programmer's editors such as Emacs and XEmacs, and has features that can be used in conjuction with the KDE filemanager, KFM. This package is intended for RedHat 5.1 or 5.2 systems. It will be installed by default in /opt/kde, but is relocatable to install under e.g., /usr/kde, using "rpm --prefix /usr/kde ..."

File Name: kdeutils-ljettool-1.1-2ppc.ppc.rpm (84 k)
Date: Mar 18, 1999
This provides "kljettool", an application from the "kdeutils" collection of KDE applications for adjusting the settings of HP LaserJet(tm) printers, or any other printer that understands HP's PJL (Printer Job Language). This package is intended for RedHat 5.1 or 5.2 systems. It will be installed by default in /opt/kde, but is relocatable to install under e.g., /usr/kde, using "rpm --prefix /usr/kde ..."

File Name: kdeutils-notejotter-1.1-2ppc.ppc.rpm (72 k)
Date: Mar 18, 1999
This provides "kjots", an application from the "kdeutils" collection of KDE applications, for "jotting down" (writing) and organizing small notes. This package is intended for RedHat 5.1 or 5.2 systems. It will be installed by default in /opt/kde, but is relocatable to install under e.g., /usr/kde, using "rpm --prefix /usr/kde ..."

File Name: kdeutils-notes-1.1-2ppc.ppc.rpm (124 k)
Date: Mar 18, 1999
This provides "knotes", an application from the "kdeutils" collection of KDE applications that simulates "Post-It"(R) notes for placing short messages on your computer screen (but are much more versatile than the paper variety!) This package is intended for RedHat 5.1 or 5.2 systems. It will be installed by default in /opt/kde, but is relocatable to install under e.g., /usr/kde, using "rpm --prefix /usr/kde ..."

File Name: kdeutils-timetracker-1.1-2ppc.ppc.rpm (60 k)
Date: Mar 18, 1999
This provides "karm", the time tracker application from the "kdeutils" collection of KDE applications. It allows you to keep track of how much time you spend on different projects. This package is intended for RedHat 5.1 or 5.2 systems. It will be installed by default in /opt/kde, but is relocatable to install under e.g., /usr/kde, using "rpm --prefix /usr/kde ..."

File Name: kdeutils-tools-1.1-2ppc.ppc.rpm (548 k)
Date: Mar 18, 1999
--ark, a graphical front end to archive utilities such as GNU tar. --kcalc, a scientific calculator. --kfloppy, formats floppy disks in either msdos or ext2 format. --kedit, a simple text editor --khexdit, an editor for binary (hexadecimal) files. --klipper, a tool for managing the cut-and-paste clipboard history. --klpq, a print queue manager --kpm, manages the processes running on the system kab, karm, kjots, kljettool, knotes, kwrite) This package is intended for RedHat 5.1 or 5.2 systems. It will be installed by default in /opt/kde, but is relocatable to install under e.g., /usr/kde, using "rpm --prefix /usr/kde ..."

File Name: kdevelop-1.0beta2-1.ppc.rpm (3088 k)
Date: Sep 18, 1999
KDevelop is an easy to use IDE (Intergrated Development Enviroment) for KDE/Unix/X11.

File Name: kdevelop-c_c++_ref-0.1-1.ppc.rpm (1056 k)
Date: Sep 18, 1999
KDevelop is an easy to use IDE (Intergrated Development Enviroment) for KDE/Unix/X11. At the moment there are only unstable alpha-versions. This package provides a C (v1.08) and C++ (0.1) reference from within kdevelop, as written by Martin Leslie. The original files have been rearranged to meet our needs.

File Name: kdf-0.5.1-1.ppc.rpm (236 k)
Date: Sep 18, 1999
KwikDisk docks itself into the Panel and, when you click on it, it shows you all mountpoints, icons and the free disk space. In addition, it can (un)mount file systems and start KDiskFree KDiskFree provides a graphical overview on your block devices (disks, partitions, floppy-drive...) and their usage.

File Name: kdiff-0.83-1.ppc.rpm (112 k)
Date: Sep 18, 1999
KDE frontend to diff

File Name: killustrator-0.7-1.ppc.rpm (656 k)
Date: Sep 18, 1999
KIllustrator is a vector-based drawing program with an interface similar to that of Corel Draw(tm) or with Adobe Illustrator(tm).

File Name: kjv-bible.tar.gz (1392 k)
Date: Aug 17, 1999
Public domain King James Version of the Bible in individual text files.

File Name: klaxon-1.0-1.ppc.rpm (12 k)
Date: Feb 16, 1999
Modification of rexec source that I call klaxon. It is extremely useful for detecting portscanner attacks like those perpetrated by ISS and SATAN, among others. It also has IDENT (RFC931) support for finding out the remote user (where applicable).

File Name: klyx-0.10.0-1.ppc.rpm (1660 k)
Date: Sep 18, 1999
A document processor for the K Desktop Environment that is based on LyX and uses LaTeX as its background formatting engine.

File Name: koffice-19990302-1a.ppc.rpm (1756 k)
Date: Apr 11, 1999
kword, kspread, kpresenter, killistrator, etc. This RPM is relocatable - it installs by dafault in /opt/kde-test ban can be relocated with rpm -i --prefix=? This is the last KOffice snapshot prior to the move to Qt-2.0. I will also be workin on the new KOffice (which is proving more challenging) after I have more time. I found an odd bug related to mico - which you will probably encounter if you try to recompile this RPM - a workaround I found was to move a copy of the following into /tmp/mico/[bin|include]. Then I could use --with-micodir to keep my system from gagging. I need to investigate this more thoroughly... /usr/bin/eventd, /usr/bin/idl, /usr/bin/imr, /usr/bin/ird, /usr/bin/mico-*, /usr/bin/micod, /usr/bin/nsadmin, /usr/bin/nsd /usr/include/CORBA* /usr/include/mico /usr/include/ministl

File Name: koffice-kdiagramm-1a.ppc.rpm (228 k)
Date: Apr 11, 1999
A simple graphing component for KOffice

File Name: koffice-kformula-1a.ppc.rpm (192 k)
Date: Apr 11, 1999
A simple equation editor component for KOffice

File Name: koffice-kimage-1a.ppc.rpm (128 k)
Date: Apr 11, 1999
A bitmapped component for KOffice

File Name: koffice-kohtml-1a.ppc.rpm (232 k)
Date: Apr 11, 1999
A component for KOffice to embed HTML documents

File Name: koffice-koshell-1a.ppc.rpm (44 k)
Date: Apr 11, 1999
A wrapper around KOffice to providing a 'favorites' bar ala MS Outlook (sorry, couldn't think of another example) Provides the expected - 'pick an application' sidebar

File Name: koffice-kpresenter-1a.ppc.rpm (856 k)
Date: Apr 11, 1999
A presentation application ala powerpoint for KOffice

File Name: koffice-kspread-1a.ppc.rpm (816 k)
Date: Apr 11, 1999
A spreadsheet with python scripting

File Name: koffice-kword-1a.ppc.rpm (3452 k)
Date: Apr 11, 1999
A FameMaker-like word processor

File Name: korganizer-1.1.2-1.ppc.rpm (688 k)
Date: Sep 18, 1999
KOrganizer is a complete calendar and scheduling program for KDE. It allows interchange with other calendar applications through the industry standard vCalendar file format.

File Name: kpackage-1.3.8-1.ppc.rpm (328 k)
Date: Sep 18, 1999
Kpackage handles RPM and Debian packages, it is used for displaying currently installed packages, uninstalling them and installing new ones. This package will be installed by default in /opt/kde, but is relocatable to install under e.g., /usr/kde, using "rpm --prefix /usr/kde ..."

File Name: kprima-0.1-1.ppc.rpm (72 k)
Date: Sep 18, 1999
KPriMa, a KDE GUI to the ps utilities. You can use KPriMa to manage your printing queues, change paper size and save the rain forest by printing several pages on one sheet...

File Name: krabber-0.4.3-1.ppc.rpm (364 k)
Date: Sep 18, 1999
Gaphical package manager for RPM and DEB packages.

File Name: ksendfax-0.3.2-1.ppc.rpm (64 k)
Date: Sep 17, 1999
KSendFax is an KDE interface to known FAX-Packages like HylaFax, E-Fax or mgetty+sendfax for sending facsimiles. It incorporates also a phonebook so that recipients can be saved and selected to/from this. KSendFax is not intended to configure your whole fax-suite, but only as GUI-interface for an already configured FAX-Package.

File Name: kuickshow-0.6.7-1.ppc.rpm (88 k)
Date: Sep 18, 1999
KuickShow is a fast and comfortable imagebrowser /-viewer for the KDE. It is based on Imlib and therefore loads many imageformats pretty fast, e.g. jpeg, gif, png, psd, bmp, tiff, xpm, xbm, ... KuickShow has a nice user interface, that allows you to browse large amounts of images in a short time. It can zoom, mirror, rotate images, adjust brightness, contrast and gamma and can do a slideshow, of course. It is fully configurable thru GUI dialogs. Besides that, it offers a nice filebrowser with basic filemanager capabilities like renaming, deleting, creating directories, ...

File Name: libelf-0.6.4-3.ppc.rpm (28 k)
Date: Feb 28, 1999
The libelf package contains a library for accessing ELF object files. Libelf allows you to access the internals of the ELF object file format, so you can see the different sections of an ELF file. Libelf should be installed if you need access to ELF object file internals.

File Name: libg++-2.8.1.2a-19981209-1a.ppc.rpm (664 k)
Date: Mar 26, 1999
This is the GNU implementation of the standard C++ libraries, along with additional GNU tools. This package includes the shared libraries necessary to run C++ applications.

File Name: libjpeg-6b-5.ppc.rpm (132 k)
Date: Oct 24, 1998
This package is a library of functions that manipulate jpeg images, along with simple clients for manipulating jpeg images.

File Name: libjpeg-6b-7a.ppc.rpm (124 k)
Date: Mar 18, 1999
This package is a library of functions that manipulate jpeg images, along with simple clients for manipulating jpeg images.

File Name: libjpeg-devel-6b-5.ppc.rpm (96 k)
Date: Oct 24, 1998
This package is all you need to develop programs that manipulate jpeg images, including documentation.

File Name: libjpeg-devel-6b-7a.ppc.rpm (96 k)
Date: Mar 18, 1999
This package is all you need to develop programs that manipulate jpeg images, including documentation.

File Name: libpng-1.0.1-5a.ppc.rpm (108 k)
Date: Mar 18, 1999
The PNG library is a collection of routines used to crate and manipulate PNG format graphics files. The PNG format was designed as a replacement for GIF, with many improvements and extensions.

File Name: libpng-1.0.3-1a.ppc.rpm (108 k)
Date: Mar 24, 1999
The libpng package contains a library of functions for creating and manipulating PNG (Portable Network Graphics) image format files. PNG is a bit-mapped graphics format similar to the GIF format. PNG was created to replace the GIF format, since GIF uses a patented data compression algorithm. Libpng should be installed if you need to manipulate PNG format image files.

File Name: libpng-devel-1.0.1-5a.ppc.rpm (116 k)
Date: Mar 18, 1999
The header files and static libraries are only needed for development of programs using the PNG library.

File Name: libpng-devel-1.0.3-1a.ppc.rpm (176 k)
Date: Mar 24, 1999
The libpng-devel package contains the header files and static libraries necessary for developing programs using the PNG (Portable Network Graphics) library. If you want to develop programs which will manipulate PNG image format files, you should install libpng-devel. You'll also need to install the libpng package.

File Name: libungif-3.0-4.ppc.rpm (28 k)
Date: Feb 07, 1999
GIF loading and saving shared library. (Saving uses an uncompressed gif algorithm that does not use LZW compression.)

File Name: linuxconf-1.11r11-rh3b.ppc.rpm (2144 k)
Date: Jan 14, 1999
Linuxconf has an easy-to-navigate user interface that is accessible from a text console, a web interface, and a GUI interface. Networking: IP Subnet allocation Resolving Name Servers Routing and Gateways NIS IPX Interface Setup PPP and Slip Dialout NFS File Systems Named (DNS) Zones and Secondaries Reverse Lookup Sendmail Virtual Email Domains UUCP IP Aliasing DCHP/BOOTP Server RARP Server Input Firewalling Output Firewalling Blocking Firewalling IP Masquerading Packet Accounting Mail to Fax Gateway User and Group management PPP Acounts Slip Accounts UUCP Accounts POP Only Accounts Virtual Email Domain Accounts Email Aliases For Normal and Virtual Domains Policies For Passwords and User Accounts Available User Shells Crontab Management Shadow Management Local Partition Management (/etc/fstab) NFS Volume Management (Samba Volume Management coming soon) Swap File and Partition Management User and Group Disk Quotas File Permissions Boot Mode: Lilo Configuration Default Boot Mode Runlevel Definitions And more...

File Name: logrotate-2.8-1.ppc.rpm (24 k)
Date: Apr 08, 1999
Logrotate is designed to ease administration of systems that generate large numbers of log files. It allows automatic rotation, compression, removal, and mailing of log files. Each log file may be handled daily, weekly, monthly, or when it grows too large.

File Name: lpr-0.33-1.ppc.rpm (88 k)
Date: Mar 08, 1999
This package manages printing services. It manages print queues, sends jobs to local printers and remote pritners, and accepts jobs from remote clients.

File Name: lynx-2.8-1.ppc.rpm (744 k)
Date: Feb 16, 1999
This a terminal based WWW browser. While it does not make any attempt at displaying graphics, it has good support for HTML text formatting, forms, and tables.

File Name: lynx-ssl-2.8.3-9.ppc.rpm (928 k)
Date: Nov 19, 1999
This a terminal based WWW browser. While it does not make any attempt at displaying graphics, it has good support for HTML text formatting, forms, and tables.

File Name: mac06-10-basic.hqx (744 k)
Date: Jul 13, 2000
From: "H. Nikolaus Schaller" Subject: [*] Mac06-1.0-Basic.hqx Dear Mac and Mac06 friend, release 1.0 of Mac06 is available! Mac06 is a POSIX (UNIX) emulation running on top of MacOS. Mac06-1.0-Basic.hqx is the freeware kernel. For more sophisticated applications, other shareware packages are required. Please have a look at http://www.dsitri.de/news/20000521Mac06-1.0.html for a Press Release, http://www.dsitri.de/projects/mac06/mac06.html for a Description, and http://www.dsitri.de/projects/mac06/doc/documentation.pdf.hqx for Extended Download and Installation Instructions. Thank you very much for continued support of Mac06, H. Nikolaus Schaller

File Name: mac-06-basic-099.hqx (360 k)
Date: Aug 09, 1999
From: hns@computer.org Subject: Mac06 0.99 Dear Mac users, a new beta preview release of Mac06, the POSIX system for MacOS, is available: Release 0.99 for 680x0 Macs (and PPC of course through the emulator). Mac06 features simple installation and runs in parallel with MacOS (7.x and later) - either 68k or PPC. The file system maps the MacOS HFS files to a POSIX namespace, provides device files for terminal windows, serial I/O and a /proc directory. Mac06 has multitasking capability - even in parallel with the Finder. The command shell (sh) supports I/O redirection, pipes, and shell variable substitution. Many useful commands like ls, cat, more, fgrep, find, test, expr, mkdir, rmdir, mv, cp, uuencode/decode, cal are provided. C-Libraries to compile application programs with Symantec C or Code Warrior are provided. Major new features of release mac06-0.99: * assembler, linker and executor for 680x0 code * assembler for Power PC including AltiVec (but no execution yet) * c89 preprocessor running (c89 -E) * initd to initialize and control system activities * additional commands The new C compiler already allows preprocessing but the parser and code generator are disabled (as they have still too many bugs that will have to be fixed for release 1.0). The kernel and command line shell are part of the Mac06-Basic package provided by info-mac. The Mac06-Advanced package which includes the compiler, assembler and linker can be downloaded directly from http://www.dsitri.de/projects/mac06 Please do intensive testing and give me as much feedback as possible. Thank you very much, Nikolaus Schaller DSITRI - hns@computer.org

File Name: macos-perm-list-101.hqx (12 k)
Date: Jun 03, 1999
From: jmeese@vt.edu Subject: MacOS Permissions Lister 1.01 Permissions Lister 1.01 - a simple script that will save a list of the File Sharing permissions of folders on a remote volume. This is handy for re-creating AppleShare IP permissions on a UNIX based server (MacOS X, Linux, etc.) Aliases that are found are listed in a seperate file, so you may change them to symlinks if you wish. This generates a text file (Mac formatted) that you can use to examine the permissions on a Mac volume. As the finder on an AppleShare IP server does not control file sharing, this can only be used by running it on a client computer that has a network volume mounted. the resulting file will be in the format:

File Name: mac-pop-up-10.hqx (1236 k)
Date: Feb 02, 2000
From: Alex Grec Subject: MacPopUp 1.0 MacPopUp is a program that allows Mac users to exchange instant messages with other users on any local area network (LAN). With MacPopUp, you can send and receive messages from different operating systems such as Mac OS, Windows 95/98, Windows NT, Windows for Workgroups, Linux and other UNIX OSes. MacPopUp is compatible with the Microsoft WinPopup application and the similar clients in other operating systems.

File Name: macstones-12.hqx (536 k)
Date: Sep 02, 1999
From: craigl@blueridge.com Subject: MacStones 1.2 - Mac port of Linux Same Gnome game MacStones is a Mac port of the fascinating and popular "Same Gnome" game available with most popular distributions of the Linux OS. This high-scoring puzzle game is fun, challenging, habit-forming, and playable by both adults and children. Click on groups of animated rotating balls to remove them from the board. The more you remove at one time, the higher your score. Eliminate all balls on the screen for a bonus. Feel creative? Create your own animation scenarios using any Mac paint program. Fat binary compatible with both PPC and 68K. This is freeware. Craig Landrum Chief Technology Officer Blueridge Technologies, Inc. Phone: (540) 675-3015 Fax: (540) 675-3130 email: craigl@blueridge.com

File Name: magicfilter-1.2-3.ppc.rpm (36 k)
Date: Sep 18, 1999
A customizable, extensible automatic printer filter. Lets you automatically detect and print just about any data type you can find a conversion utility for. This filter is written in C and is controlled completely from an external printer configuration file.

File Name: MAKEDEV-2.3.1-1a.src.rpm (16 k)
Date: Oct 13, 1998
The /dev tree holds special files, each of which corresponds to a type of hardware device that Linux supports. This package contains a script which makes it easier to create and maintain the files which fill the /dev tree.

File Name: mico-2.2.3-1a.ppc.rpm (2004 k)
Date: Apr 12, 1999
Freeware CORBA ORB

File Name: mico-devel-2.2.3-1a.ppc.rpm (2900 k)
Date: Apr 12, 1999
idl compiler, libraries and include files for writing CORBA applications

File Name: mod_perl-1.18-5.ppc.rpm (588 k)
Date: Apr 30, 1999
Mod_perl incorporates a Perl interpreter into the Apache web server, so that the Apache web server can directly execute Perl code. Mod_perl links the Perl runtime library into the Apache web server and provides an object-oriented Perl interface for Apache's C language API. The end result is a quicker CGI script turnaround process, since no external Perl interpreter has to be started. Install mod_perl if you're installing the Apache web server and you'd like for it to directly incorporate a Perl interpreter.

File Name: mod_php3-3.0.12-1.ppc.rpm (340 k)
Date: Dec 25, 1999
PHP: Hypertext Preprocessor Version 3.0 is an HTML-embedded scripting language. Much of its syntax is borrowed from C, Java and Perl with a couple of unique PHP-specific features thrown in. The goal of the language is to allow web developers to write dynamically generated pages quickly. This package provides the loadable module for the apache webserver, some modules providing extra functions, and a php/fi 2.0 -> php3 script convertor (works most of the time). . With additional modules it supports direct communication with postgresql, mysql, msql databases, dbf files, and it has an interface to the libgd graphics library.

File Name: mod_php3-3.0.7-3.ppc.rpm (924 k)
Date: Apr 07, 1999
PHP is an HTML-embedded scripting language. PHP attempts to make it easy for developers to write dynamically generated web pages. PHP also offers built-in database integration for several commercial and non-commercial database management systems, so writing a database-enabled web page with PHP is fairly simple. The most common use of PHP coding is probably as a replacement for CGI scripts. The mod_php module enables the Apache web server to understand and process the embedded PHP language in web pages. This package contains PHP3, or PHP version 3.05. If you use applications which specifically rely on PHP/FI, you should instead install the PHP/FI module contained in the mod_php package. If you're just starting with PHP, you should install this package. You'll also need to install the Apache web server.

File Name: mod_php3-doc-3.0.12-1.ppc.rpm (2564 k)
Date: Dec 25, 1999
Comprehensive documentation for PHP3, viewable through your web server, too!

File Name: mod_php3-mysql-3.0.12-1.ppc.rpm (20 k)
Date: Dec 25, 1999
Mysql module for PHP3 (apache) PHP: Hypertext Preprocessor Version 3.0 is an HTML-embedded scripting language. Much of its syntax is borrowed from C, Java and Perl with a couple of unique PHP-specific features thrown in. The goal of the language is to allow web developers to write dynamically generated pages quickly. This package provides a PHP3 module (apache version) for mysql connectivity directly from PHP3 scripts.

File Name: modutils-2.1.121-1.ppc.rpm (100 k)
Date: Mar 26, 1999
The Linux kernel allows new kernel pieces to be loaded and old ones to be unloaded while the kernel continues to run. These loadable piecs are called modules, and can include device drivers and filesystems among other things. This package includes program to load and unload programs both automatically and manually.

File Name: mswordview-0.5.2-1.ppc.rpm (640 k)
Date: Jan 03, 1998
MSWordView is a program that understands the Microsoft Word 8 binary file format (Office97) and is able to convert Word documents into HTML, which can then be read with a browser.

File Name: mt-everything-150a3.hqx (76 k)
Date: Jan 02, 1998
From: h_pralow@overnet.de Subject: mt-everything-150a3.sit Mt. Everything is a control panel allowing you to manage your SCSI devices and mount Macintosh volumes from any SCSI disk. Additionally it lets you gather information about all partitions located on a given SCSI drive and lets you inspect the content of a drive without having to mount a volume from it. Mt. Everything 1.5 adds full support for mutliple SCSI buses, including SCSI buses added by third party expansion cards to your computer. It supports Wide SCSI buses. Mt. Everything includes a built-in generic SCSI disk driver supporting virtuall any SCSI hard-drive. Mt. Everything 1.5.0a3 still is an alpha version. It represents work in progress and is neither feature complete nor carefully tested. Whats new in 1.5.0a3? * Experimental support for mounting volumes which are set-up not to "Auto-Mount" in their setup-program. This new feature currently works only for drives which have been prepared with Apple's "Drive Setup" program. * Experimental support for SCSI-2 compliant optical storage devices like MO drives added. Mt. Everything will treat them the same as a normal hard disk and should be able to mount volumes from such drives if the drive (or better its medium) has been prepared to be used by Mac OS computers. * Mt. Everything now should mount PowerBooks 1400 running in disk mode like it does with other PowerBook models. * The "Info" dialog now displays the allocation blocksize of HFS and HFS+ volumes. The allocation blocksize is the smallest amount of disk space any file will occupy. * Little endian Linux ext2 file systems are recognized correctly and "Info" shows the same information than for big endian ext2 file systems. Additionally the "endianess" of the choosen file system is shown. * A number of bug fixes (see the enclosed Readme document)

File Name: multisession-104.hqx (236 k)
Date: Oct 04, 1993
Date: Sat, 2 Oct 93 20:56:25 -0500 From: tomlaw@yar.cs.wisc.edu (Thomas R. Lawrence) Subject: MultiSession 1.04 [Should I even try, I wonder...] Here it is, MultiSession 1.04. Various subtle enhancements to the interface. It now works on a whole THREE architectures: SunOS, Ultrix, and HPUX. The schpiel: MultiSession is a multiwindowing terminal program with error correction. You compile the UNIX part and run it, and then you can open several windows. PLEASE send all mail regarding this program to tomlaw@world.std.com!!!

File Name: mutt-1.0pre3us-1.ppc.rpm (628 k)
Date: Sep 29, 1999
Mutt is a text mode mail user agent. Mutt supports color, threading, arbitrary key remapping, and a lot of customization. You should install mutt if you've used mutt in the past and you prefer it, or if you're new to mail programs and you haven't decided which one you're going to use.

File Name: MySQL-3.22.22-1.ppc.rpm (2096 k)
Date: May 19, 1999
MySQL is a true multi-user, multi-threaded SQL (Structured Query Language) database server. SQL is the most popular database language in the world. MySQL is a client/server implementation that consists of a server daemon mysqld and many different client programs/libraries. The main goals of MySQL are speed, robustness and easy to use. MySQL was originally developed because we at Tcx needed a SQL server that could handle very big databases with magnitude higher speed than what any database vendor could offer to us. We have now been using MySQL since 1996 in a environment with more than 40 databases, 10,000 tables, of which more than 500 have more than 7 million rows. This is about 50G of mission critical data. The base upon which MySQL is built is a set of routines that have been used in a highly demanding production environment for many years. While MySQL is still in development, it already offers a rich and highly useful function set. See the documentation for more information"

File Name: MySQL-bench-3.22.22-1.ppc.rpm (532 k)
Date: May 19, 1999
This package contains MySQL benchmark scripts and data.

File Name: MySQL-client-3.22.22-1.ppc.rpm (160 k)
Date: May 19, 1999
This package contains the standard MySQL clients.

File Name: MySQL-devel-3.22.22-1.ppc.rpm (252 k)
Date: May 19, 1999
This package contains the development header files and libraries necessary to develop MySQL client applications.

File Name: ncurses-4.2-18.ppc.rpm (768 k)
Date: Aug 21, 1999
The curses library routines are a terminal-independent method of updating character screens with reasonable optimization. The ncurses (new curses) library is a freely distributable replacement for the discontinued 4.4BSD classic curses library.

File Name: ncurses-devel-4.2-18.ppc.rpm (1520 k)
Date: Aug 21, 1999
The header files and libraries for developing applications that use the ncurses CRT screen handling and optimization package. Install the ncurses-devel package if you want to develop applications which will use ncurses.

File Name: nessus-990209-0.ppc.rpm (416 k)
Date: Feb 21, 1999

File Name: netatalk-1.4b2+asun2.1.3-4.ppc.rpm (232 k)
Date: May 25, 1999
This package enables Linux to talk to Macintosh computers via the AppleTalk networking protocol. It includes a daemon to allow Linux to act as a file server over EtherTalk or IP for Mac's.

File Name: netatalk-devel-1.4b2+asun2.1.3-4.ppc.rpm (80 k)
Date: May 25, 1999
This packge contains the header files, and static libraries for building Appletalk networking programs.

File Name: net-tools-1.49-2.ppc.rpm (104 k)
Date: Mar 04, 1999
This is a collection of the basic tools necessary for setting up networking on a Linux machine. It includes ifconfig, route, netstat, rarp, and some other minor tools.

File Name: ocaml-2.02-1.ppc.rpm (3976 k)
Date: Mar 23, 1999
Objective Caml is a high-level, strongly-typed, functional and object-oriented programming language from the ML family of languages. This package comprises two batch compilers (a fast bytecode compiler and an optimizing native-code compiler), an interactive toplevel system, Lex&Yacc tools, a replay debugger, and a comprehensive library.

File Name: openssl-0.9.3a-3.ppc.rpm (700 k)
Date: Sep 27, 1999
A C library that provides various crytographic algorithms and protocols, including DES, RC4, RSA, and SSL. Includes shared libraries and utils.

File Name: openssl-0.9.4-2.ppc.rpm (644 k)
Date: Sep 29, 1999
The OpenSSL Project is a collaborative effort to develop a robust, commercial-grade, fully featured, and Open Source toolkit implementing the Secure Sockets Layer (SSL v2/v3) and Transport Layer Security (TLS v1) protocols with full-strength cryptography world-wide. The project is managed by a worldwide community of volunteers that use the Internet to communicate, plan, and develop the OpenSSL tookit and its related documentation. OpenSSL is based on the excellent SSLeay library developed from Eric A. Young and Tim J. Hudson. The OpenSSL toolkit is licensed under an Apache-style licence, which basically means that you are free to get and use it for commercial and non-commercial purposes. This package contains the base OpenSSL cryptography and SSL/TLS libraries and tools.

File Name: openssl-devel-0.9.3a-3.ppc.rpm (588 k)
Date: Sep 27, 1999
A C library that provides various crytographic algorithms and protocols, including DES, RC4, RSA, and SSL. Includes static libraries and headers.

File Name: openssl-devel-0.9.4-2.ppc.rpm (632 k)
Date: Sep 29, 1999
This package contains the the OpenSSL cryptography and SSL/TLS static libraries and header files required when developing applications.

File Name: ORBit-0.4.2-1.ppc.rpm (496 k)
Date: Sep 23, 1999
ORBit is a high-performance CORBA ORB (object request broker). It allows programs to send requests and receive replies from other programs, regardless of the locations of the two programs. You will need to install this package and the related header files, libraries and utilities if you want to write programs that use CORBA technology.

File Name: ORBit-devel-0.4.2-1.ppc.rpm (460 k)
Date: Sep 23, 1999
ORBit is a high-performance CORBA ORB (object request broker) with support for the C language. It allows programs to send requests and receive replies from other programs, regardless of the locations of the two programs. This package contains the header files, libraries and utilities necessary to write programs that use CORBA technology.

File Name: pax-1.0-1a.ppc.rpm (60 k)
Date: Jun 27, 1999
'pax' is the POSIX standard archive tool. It supports most forms of standard Unix archive (backup) files - CPIO and TAR.

File Name: perl-5.005_02-1.ppc.rpm (4032 k)
Date: Oct 24, 1998
Perl is an interpreted language optimized for scanning arbitrary text files, extracting information from those text files, and printing reports based on that information. It's also a good language for many system management tasks. The language is intended to be practical (easy to use, efficient, complete) rather than beautiful (tiny, elegant, minimal). This version has support for threads compiled in.

File Name: php3-cgi-3.0.12-1.ppc.rpm (224 k)
Date: Dec 25, 1999
PHP: Hypertext Preprocessor Version 3.0 is an HTML-embedded scripting language. Much of its syntax is borrowed from C, Java and Perl with a couple of unique PHP-specific features thrown in. The goal of the language is to allow web developers to write dynamically generated pages quickly. This package provides a standalone cgi binary (usable as a standalone interpreter) and some modules providing extra functions With additional modules it supports direct communication with postgresql, mysql, msql databases, dbf files, and it has an interface to the libgd graphics library.

File Name: php3-cgi-mysql-3.0.12-1.ppc.rpm (20 k)
Date: Dec 25, 1999
PHP: Hypertext Preprocessor Version 3.0 is an HTML-embedded scripting language. Much of its syntax is borrowed from C, Java and Perl with a couple of unique PHP-specific features thrown in. The goal of the language is to allow web developers to write dynamically generated pages quickly. This package provides a PHP3 module (cgi version) for mysql connectivity directly from PHP3 scripts.

File Name: pmac-utils-1.1.1-1a.ppc.rpm (20 k)
Date: Mar 06, 1999
Utilities needed by the monolithic port of Linux to the PCI Power Macintoshes. Included are macos, mousemode, nvsetenv, nvvideo, sndvolmix, and vmode.

File Name: procinfo-16-1.ppc.rpm (28 k)
Date: Mar 04, 1999
Procinfo is a package to allow you to get useful information from /proc. /proc is the kernel filesystem. This is a place you can go to acquire information from your running kernel.

File Name: procps-1.2.9-3.ppc.rpm (100 k)
Date: Mar 04, 1999
A package of utilities which report on the state of the system, including the states of running processes, amount of memory available, and currently-logged-in users.

File Name: procps-X11-1.2.9-3.ppc.rpm (8 k)
Date: Mar 04, 1999
A package of X-based utilities which report on the state of the system. These utilities generally provide graphical presentations of information available from tools in the procps suite.

File Name: psmisc-17-1.ppc.rpm (36 k)
Date: Mar 04, 1999
This package contains programs to display a tree of processes, find out what users have a file open, and send signals to processes by name.

File Name: qmail-1.03-7.ppc.rpm (428 k)
Date: Apr 05, 1999
qmail is a small, fast, secure replacement for the SENDMAIL package, which is the program that actually receives, routes, and delivers electronic mail. The dot-forward and fastforward packages have been added to this distribution for (not 100%) SENDMAIL compatability. The rblsmtpd package has been added as an optional way to fight SPAM. *** Note: Be sure and read the documentation as there are some small but very significant differences between SENDMAIL and QMAIL and the programs that interact with them. A sub-package, qmail-msglog, adds (configurable) message logging. This has been added as a sub-package since this necessarily slows things down a little bit and the author feels it necessary to distinguish the added capability as an add-on package. An alternative package (smaller, easier to configure) is the qmail-client package which will ONLY work on a LAN connected to the qmail mail server via the QMQP protocol.

File Name: qmail-client-1.03-7.ppc.rpm (148 k)
Date: Apr 05, 1999
qmail-client is a small, fast, secure replacement for the SENDMAIL package, which is the program that actually receives, routes, and delivers electronic mail. *** Note: This package is for a client only and REQUIRES the main qmail server on a connected LAN. *** Note: Be sure and read the documentation as there are some small but very significant differences between SENDMAIL and QMAIL and the programs that interact with them.

File Name: qmail-msglog-1.03-7.ppc.rpm (12 k)
Date: Apr 05, 1999
qmail-msglog adds a (customizable) script that runs on each and every message that goes through the mail system. One usage example is to record Message IDs in the log file.

File Name: qpopper-qmail-2.53-1-PAM.ppc.rpm (72 k)
Date: Feb 21, 1999

File Name: qt-1.42-3rh51.ppc.rpm (1048 k)
Date: Feb 06, 1999
Contains the shared library needed to run Qt applications, as well as the README files for Qt. Also contains the Qt extension library libqimgio for image input/output.

File Name: qt-devel-1.42-3rh51.ppc.rpm (2684 k)
Date: Feb 06, 1999
files, the Qt meta object compiler, man pages, HTML documentation and Qt, or file:/usr/lib/qt/html/index.html for Qt documentation in HTML.

File Name: quik-1.3.1-0.ppc.rpm (104 k)
Date: Mar 04, 1999
The quik package provides the functionality necessary for booting a Powermac/Linux system from disk. It includes first and second stage disk bootstrap and a program for installing the first stage bootstrap on the root disk.

File Name: rmt-0.3-13a.ppc.rpm (8 k)
Date: Aug 14, 1998
rmt provides remote access to tape devices for programs like dump, restore, and tar.

File Name: rpl-1.1.1-1.ppc.rpm (16 k)
Date: Oct 27, 1999
This program allows the user to replace strings in multiple files. It can recurse through directories and supports a number of options.

File Name: rpm-2.5.5-5.2.ppc.rpm (476 k)
Date: Mar 04, 1999
RPM is a powerful package manager, which can be used to build, install, query, verify, update, and uninstall individual software packages. A package consists of an archive of files, and package information, including name, version, and description.

File Name: rpm-2.5.6-5.2.ppc.rpm (492 k)
Date: Sep 30, 1999
RPM is a powerful package manager, which can be used to build, install, query, verify, update, and uninstall individual software packages. A package consists of an archive of files, and package information, including name, version, and description.

File Name: rpm2html-1.1-1.ppc.rpm (144 k)
Date: Mar 31, 1999
Rpm2html tries to solve 2 big problems one face when grabbing a RPM package from a mirror on the net and trying to install it: - it gives more information than just the filename before installing the package. - it tries to solve the dependancy problem by analyzing all the Provides and Requires of the set of RPMs. It shows the cross references by the way of hypertext links. Rpm2html can now dump the metadata associated to RPM packages into standard RDF files.

File Name: rpm2html-1.2-1.ppc.rpm (148 k)
Date: Apr 09, 1999
Rpm2html tries to solve 2 big problems one face when grabbing a RPM package from a mirror on the net and trying to install it: - it gives more information than just the filename before installing the package. - it tries to solve the dependancy problem by analyzing all the Provides and Requires of the set of RPMs. It shows the cross references by the way of hypertext links. Rpm2html can now dump the metadata associated to RPM packages into standard RDF files.

File Name: rpm-devel-2.5.5-5.2.ppc.rpm (112 k)
Date: Mar 04, 1999
The RPM packaging system includes a C library that makes it easy to manipulate RPM packages and databases. It is intended to ease the creation of graphical package managers and other tools that need intimate knowledge of RPM packages.

File Name: rpm-devel-2.5.6-5.2.ppc.rpm (116 k)
Date: Sep 30, 1999
The RPM packaging system includes a C library that makes it easy to manipulate RPM packages and databases. It is intended to ease the creation of graphical package managers and other tools that need intimate knowledge of RPM packages.

File Name: rpmfind-1.1-1.ppc.rpm (256 k)
Date: Mar 31, 1999
When rpmfind is asked for a resource it first asks the local RPM base, and if it's not available, will request the associated RDF file on a remote database. The result describes the various packages providing these resources (distribution, vendor, version, date, etc...). Based on that information, rpmfind sorts the various packages for suitability. Then it picks the first one and fetchs more complete information like the dependancies required by this package. It then verifies that all the dependencies needed by this package are available, and recusively trys to locate RPM providing uninstalled resources. At the end rpmfind shows the list of packages to fetch and the total size needed on disk. The database can be built using rpm2html.

File Name: rpmfind-1.2-1.ppc.rpm (268 k)
Date: Apr 09, 1999
When rpmfind is asked for a resource it first asks the local RPM base, and if it's not available, will request the associated RDF file on a remote database. The result describes the various packages providing these resources (distribution, vendor, version, date, etc...). Based on that information, rpmfind sorts the various packages for suitability. Then it picks the first one and fetchs more complete information like the dependancies required by this package. It then verifies that all the dependencies needed by this package are available, and recusively trys to locate RPM providing uninstalled resources. At the end rpmfind shows the list of packages to fetch and the total size needed on disk. The database can be built using rpm2html.

File Name: rpmverify-0.5-1.noarch.rpm (8 k)
Date: Mar 08, 1999
This package contains a script that will run once a month from the crontab that will verify the installed rpm packages using no verification scripts from the rpm itself vs information contained in the rpm database and mail the results to root.

File Name: rsync-2.2.1-1.ppc.rpm (100 k)
Date: Mar 04, 1999
rsync is a replacement for rcp that has many more features. rsync uses the "rsync algorithm" which provides a very fast method for bringing remote files into sync. It does this by sending just the differences in the files across the link, without requiring that both sets of files are present at one of the ends of the link beforehand. A technical report describing the rsync algorithm is included with this package.

File Name: sed-3.02-2.ppc.rpm (48 k)
Date: May 29, 1999
Sed copies the named files (standard input default) to the standard output, edited according to a script of commands.

File Name: slang-1.2.2-3.ppc.rpm (144 k)
Date: Dec 05, 1998
Slang (pronounced ``sssslang'') is a powerful stack based interpreter that supports a C-like syntax. It has been designed from the beginning to be easily embedded into a program to make it extensible. Slang also provides a way to quickly develop and debug the application embedding it in a safe and efficient manner. Since slang resembles C, it is easy to recode slang procedures in C if the need arises.

File Name: slang-devel-1.2.2-3.ppc.rpm (404 k)
Date: Dec 05, 1998
This package contains the slang static libraries and header files required to develop slang-based applications. It also includes documentation to help you write slang-based apps.

File Name: SoundStudio-0.9.1-1.ppc.rpm (788 k)
Date: Jan 30, 1999
Sound Studio provides a graphical user interface for manipulating digitised sound. It allows you to record, play and edit sound files in various formats, such as Microsoft's wav files, Sun's audio files (.au) and Creative Lab's .voc format. It also provides access to a sound card's built-in mixer to adjust recording levels and output volumes. Also Sound Studio provides you with information about the sample and allows conversion into other formats, sampling rates etc.

File Name: sox-12.14-2.ppc.rpm (60 k)
Date: Mar 06, 1999
The self described "swiss army knife of sound tools", sox can convert between many different digitized sound formats and perform simple sound manipulation functions.

File Name: sox-12.15-1.ppc.rpm (100 k)
Date: Mar 27, 1999
The self described "Swiss army knife of sound tools", Sox can convert between many different digitized sound formats and perform simple sound manipulation functions.

File Name: sox-devel-12.14-2.ppc.rpm (176 k)
Date: Mar 06, 1999
Libraries that can be used to compile applications using sox libraries.

File Name: spice-rhcn-3f5-1.ppc.rpm (848 k)
Date: May 15, 1999
SPICE 3 is a general-purpose circuit simulation program for nonlinear dc, nonlinear transient, and linear ac analyses. Circuits may contain resistors, capacitors, inductors, mutual inductors, independent voltage and current sources, four types of dependent sources, diodes, BJT's, JFET's, and MOSFET's. This is Spice 3f4 patched to 3f5, and includes the new port patches for Linux, including GNU Lib C support, GNU Readline command-line editing and history file support, and native Spice support for X11R6 and MFB.

File Name: squid-2.2.PRE2-3.ppc.rpm (660 k)
Date: Jun 07, 1999
Squid is a high-performance proxy caching server for web clients, supporting FTP, gopher, and HTTP data objects. Unlike traditional caching software, Squid handles all requests in a single, non-blocking, I/O-driven process. Squid keeps meta data and especially hot objects cached in RAM, caches DNS lookups, supports non-blocking DNS lookups, and implements negative caching of failed requests. Squid supports SSL, extensive access controls, and full request logging. By using the lightweight Internet Cache Protocol, Squid caches can be arranged in a hierarchy or mesh for additional bandwidth savings. Squid consists of a main server program squid, a Domain Name System lookup program dnsserver, a program for retrieving FTP data ftpget, and some management and client tools. When squid starts up, it spawns a configurable number of dnsserver processes, each of which can perform a single, blocking Domain Name System (DNS) lookup. This reduces the amount of time the cache waits for DNS lookups. Squid is derived from the ARPA-funded Harvest project.

File Name: squid-rhcn-2.2.STABLE3-1.ppc.rpm (716 k)
Date: Jun 08, 1999
Squid is a high-performance proxy caching server for web clients, supporting FTP, gopher, and HTTP data objects. Unlike traditional caching software, Squid handles all requests in a single, non-blocking, I/O-driven process. This package does not have ICMP network probe database (Netdb) compiled in. WARNING: If you upgrade from earlier version of squid (1.1.x or 1.NOVM.x), you will LOSE YOUR CACHE Please read the documentation!!

File Name: units-1.53-1.ppc.rpm (80 k)
Date: Jan 22, 1999
The units program converts quantities expression in various scales to their equivalents in other scales. The units program can only handle multiplicative scale changes.

File Name: urmcore-0.2.2-1.noarch.rpm (8 k)
Date: Sep 09, 1999
Utility that uses the slocate(1) and file(1) commands to quickly locate, identify, and remove old core dumps from the file system once a day.

File Name: util-linux-2.8-5b.ppc.rpm (364 k)
Date: Aug 29, 1998
util-linux contains a large variety of low-level system utilities necessary for a functional Linux system. This includes, among other things, configuration tools such as fdisk and system programs such as login.

File Name: util-linux-2.9g-5a.ppc.rpm (296 k)
Date: Mar 04, 1999
util-linux contains a large variety of low-level system utilities necessary for a functional Linux system. This includes, among other things, configuration tools such as fdisk and system programs such as login.

File Name: webalizer-1.30.04-4.ppc.rpm (224 k)
Date: Oct 01, 1999
The Webalizer is a web server log file analysis program which produces usage statistics in HTML format for viewing with a browser. The results are presented in both columnar and graphical format, which facilitates interpretation. Yearly, monthly, daily and hourly usage statistics are presented, along with the ability to display usage by site, URL, referrer, user agent (browser) and country (user agent and referrer are only available if your web server produces combined log format files).

File Name: xpdf-0.8-1b.ppc.rpm (624 k)
Date: Feb 14, 1999
Xpdf is a viewer for Portable Document Format (PDF) files. (These are also sometimes also called 'Acrobat' files, from the name of Adobe's PDF software.) Xpdf runs under the X Window System on UNIX, VMS, and OS/2. Xpdf is designed to be small and efficient. It does not use the Motif or Xt libraries. It uses standard X fonts. Xpdf is quite usable on a 486-66 PC running Linux.

File Name: xpdf-0.90-3.ppc.rpm (2252 k)
Date: Aug 22, 1999
Xpdf is an X Window System based viewer for Portable Document Format (PDF) files. PDF files are sometimes called Acrobat files, after Adobe Acrobat (Adobe's PDF viewer). Xpdf is a small and efficient program which uses standard X fonts. Install the xpdf package if you need a viewer for PDF files.

File Name: xv-3.10a-13a.ppc.rpm (1132 k)
Date: Mar 24, 1999
This is the famous 'xv' by John Bradley. It is shareware, but we ship it with the permission of the authors. It is a graphics viewer for many file types, including gif, jpg, tiff, xwd, etc. It also have manipulation features such as cropping, expanding, etc.

File Name: zlib-1.1.3-2.ppc.rpm (32 k)
Date: Dec 05, 1998
The 'zlib' compression library provides in-memory compression and decompression functions, including integrity checks of the uncompressed data. This version of the library supports only one compression method (deflation) but other algorithms may be added later and will have the same stream interface. This library is used by a number of different system programs.

File Name: zlib-devel-1.1.3-2.ppc.rpm (68 k)
Date: Dec 05, 1998
The 'zlib' compression library provides in-memory compression and decompression functions, including integrity checks of the uncompressed data. This version of the library supports only one compression method (deflation) but other algorithms may be added later and will have the same stream interface. This package contains the header files and libraries needed to develop programs that use these zlib.

File Name: Zope-1.10.3-3.ppc.rpm (2556 k)
Date: Oct 23, 1999
The Z Object Programming Environment (Zope) is a Python-based, 'through-the-web' development framework for building high-performance, dynamic web sites, using a powerful and simple scripting object model and high-performance, integrated object database. For a fully functional installation, install this single package and then /either/ the Zope-zserver RPM, for a minimal Python-based web server; or the Zope-pcgi RPM, for use with Apache's CGI facility.

File Name: Zope-bobopos-1.10.3-3.ppc.rpm (188 k)
Date: Oct 23, 1999
Python-based persistent object mechanism. Used with Zope but can be used standalone as well.

File Name: Zope-components-1.10.3-3.ppc.rpm (440 k)
Date: Oct 23, 1999
Some standalone Python extension modules of general appeal, some of which are perhaps candidates for inclusion in the main Python distribution. They are: BTree, cPickle/cStringIO, ExtensionClass, Acquisition, MethodObject, MultiMapping, ThreadLock Missing, Sync, Record and zlib (Currently we omit cPickle from the package, because it ships with the Python RPM itself in the Red Hat 5.1/5.2 distribution. If we did include it, it would conflict.)

File Name: Zope-core-1.10.3-3.ppc.rpm (1496 k)
Date: Oct 23, 1999
The Z Object Programming Environment (Zope) is a Python-based, 'through-the-web' development framework for building high-performance, dynamic web sites, using a powerful and simple scripting object model and high-performance, integrated object database. For a fully functional installation, install all Zope-* packages and then /either/ the Zope-zserver RPM, for a minimal Python-based web server; or the Zope-pcgi RPM, for use with Apache's CGI facility.

File Name: Zope-pcgi-1.10.3-3.ppc.rpm (60 k)
Date: Oct 23, 1999
Persistent CGI is an architecture designed by Digital Creations http://www.digicool.com to publish web objects as long-running processes, in order to improve the performance of serving web pages. This is a packaging of PCGI for use with Zope. NOTE: Versions of Apache prior to 1.3 do not have a sufficiently implemented rewrite module to provide authentication for Zope. Upgrade your Apache. http://starship.python.net/crew/jbauer/persistcgi/

File Name: Zope-services-1.10.3-3.ppc.rpm (160 k)
Date: Oct 23, 1999
Middle-level services needed by Zope but not specifically tied to Zope, such as: DateTime, SearchIndex, Scheduler and StructuredText

File Name: Zope-zpublisher-1.10.3-3.ppc.rpm (108 k)
Date: Oct 23, 1999
Python-based object publishing mechanism that maps URLs to an object hierarchy and handles the interface between the web server and the web application, hiding many complex details. Used with Zope but can be used standalone as well. It was called Bobo before Zope came along.

File Name: Zope-zserver-1.10.3-3.ppc.rpm (56 k)
Date: Oct 23, 1999
This package contains the files necessary to set up a Zope web site, including an empty object database. Also installed is the ZopeHTTPServer, a small, standalone web server written in Python that is easier to get started with and faster than Apache, although not as feature rich. NOTE: This is /not/ the new ZServer, which is in alpha testing, but the older server based on ZopeHTTPServer.py.

File Name: Zope-ztemplates-1.10.3-3.ppc.rpm (192 k)
Date: Oct 23, 1999
Python-based template mechanism used to create dynamic HTML source, with Python expressions, looping constructs and such. Used with Zope but can be used standalone as well. It was called DocumentTemplate before Zope came along.


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